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Listed

Describing a security or derivative that is traded on an exchange. It contrasts with the term "over-the-counter."

list

To admit a security for trading on an organized exchange. In order to be listed, the security and the issuer must meet certain minimal standards established by the exchange. These standards may relate to assets, earnings, market value, and stock voting rights. Compare delist. See also Form S-1.
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In the past patients on waiting lists often had to keep reapplying for drug programs with pharmaceutical companies, and that requires submitting tax forms, pay stubs, and medical information with each new application.
The buyer's guide section provides a list of suppliers by product and an alphabetical listing of supplier company names.
Discussion Lists are for interaction--exactly what their name denotes.
Send a sample of your package to the list supplier immediately upon making the request.
When you ask for your tailored pubs list, make sure to include the maintenance level(s) you want the list to cover, your name, rank, UIC for each unit, postal mailing address, email address, and DSN or commercial phone number.
The TSA acknowledges the existence of a ``no fly'' list that contains names of suspected terrorists and others who are barred from boarding a commercial aircraft.
The black hole lists are managed by a loose confederation of anti-spam zealots, dedicated "public servants" and marketers attempting to sell a service.
To avoid blacklisting, you can develop and deploy an internal monitoring and outreach program to help ensure that ISPs understand your policies and keep you off their lists, or use an e-mail management solution provider that provides this level of service.
The Novarese lists were prepared in response to episcopal instructions that each parish priest keep books necessary in the administration of the cure of souls.
Businesses with smaller mailing lists should check out such free services as eGroups.
Richard Niebuhr's Christ and Culture (HarperCollins) was on the list--a dense but important book they had been slogging their way through when this list first appeared.
The TRI list of 650 chemicals also includes 20 percent of the earth's basic elements.